Appropriation in general is a touchy subject especially when it comes to art. Some artists embrace it and it becomes focal to their work whereas others find it to be outright theft and completely frowned upon. Take time to go see the exhibition Double Take at the Skarstedt Gallery which focuses… Read More →
The Selfie is probably a pretty solid aspect of life now for so many people in the Instagram world so head to the Saatchi Gallery to see an amazing exhibition collaborating a range of brilliant selfies from photographers and artists as part of the #SaatchiSelfie competition for the best one.
This exhibition couldn’t come at a better time, Robert Rauschenberg was an extraordinary American pop artist who’s work incorporated any experience and material he encountered from from Kennedy to the pavement. The first full scale retrospective since his death in 2008 this is definitely worth seeing.
Elton John has an exceptional modern photography collection and it is now on display at the Tate Modern. Including Man Ray, Brassai and Aleksandr Rodchenko this is an amazing collection truly worth seeing.
Some of you are still doing Dry January & some may have given up the booze for good, either way as much as a good G&T at the end of a long day can make the world of difference your body (and skin) will thank you if you go a… Read More →